sorry, didn't mean to hit edit on this - LG
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The only problems I've had are night shots, but I wouldn't expect much from a point-and-shoot at night.
Is the Image Stabilization worth the extra $25? It seems to me like the A560 and A570 are almost identical except for the IS.
^And I don't think I need any of the extras. I have more than enough batteries and SD cards.
I have the Canon A710 IS, which I think was replaced with the 720, and I dig it. I think the IS does help, especially if you're being a nutty tourist and not really trying to be still. For landscape type photos with the zoom wide open, you should still be shooting at the fastest shutter speed possible anyway, but the IS does lend itself toward a little more sharpness.
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I've had really good experience with it: it's really easy to use, takes beautiful shots, has some nice image stabilization, the LCD is beautiful, and it's very slim. And unlike the other recommendations, this camera WILL actually fit in your shirt pocket.
As CNET points out, the t100 is much better than the t200 - so definitely go with the t100 if you can find it.
*** Edited 1/14/2008 3:28:04 AM UTC by coasterMNguy...*** *** Edited 1/14/2008 2:51:04 PM UTC by Jeff***
Also when you think you have decided on a model, I would recommend going to Flickr and doing a search on that camera. It will show you actual photos taken with that model.
Now own the A570 IS 7mp New on ebay $132 with rechargeable batteries 2gb SD case etc.
it still has the 640x480 video recording and has the Imaged Stabilization, takes only 2 AA batteries.
Also this model takes the New Highspeed HCSD cards which are much faster at reading the the SD card. I have a 4gb HCSD card in mine.They can be now found for under $29
I'm happy for now with the A570is and the reviews are great
PM if you need a link and great price.
These also take Video LIKE a Camcorder
Here is a movie taken with the A570 IS
Great reviews below
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there also is a 60 fps settings for faster action . maybe like a Rollercoaster ?
Yes I love the Canons
I also found the 570is on ebay for around $68 it was missing the Dial but all i did was turn it with a needle nose pliers to auto and it works fine.
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